Steele Sheriff Records Search

See Steele ND Sheriffs and search free public sheriff records. Sheriffs are law enforcement officers which enforce laws and keep public order. Sheriffs are usually elected by their regional counties.


Kidder County Sheriff 120 Broadway East Steele ND 58482 701-475-2422


Find Steele Sheriff's Department Records

The Steele Sheriff's Department keeps records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other records in Steele, ND. Many of these Steele public records are available upon request from the Sheriff's Department.

Steele Arrest Records

The Steele Sheriff's Office makes arrest reports and incident reports. Arrest reports contain basic information about the arrest, including the name of those arrested, the number of charges, and where in Steele, North Dakota the arrest occurred. If an individual resisted arrest or the Sheriff's Deputy used force, this will be recorded in the Steele arrest report.

Steele Inmate Records

The Steele Sheriff runs the jail and can provide information on current or former Steele inmates, including the facility housing the prisoner, the release date, and the Steele Criminal Court that charged the prisoner. The public may also be able to find who is in jail by using publicly available Steele Inmate Locator via the Sheriff's website.

Steele Sheriff Logs

The Sheriff's Office also produces Steele incident reports and logs. This includes Steele accident reports, citizen reports of crimes, and 911 calls for assistance. Incident reports list the time, where in Steele the incident occurred, nature of the incident, as well as any injuries or weapons found at the scene. Arrest reports and incident reports are often included in Steele Sheriff's logs produced by the Sheriff's Office. These summary logs are typically available to the public, and they can be searched through online databases maintained by the Steele Sheriff's Dept.

Contact Steele Sheriff's Departments

The Steele Sheriff's Department provides public access to records on their website. Some Steele public records are not available online and may be requested directly by phone, email, or by visiting the Steele Sheriff's Office.